Villas Pico Bonito
Travel Blogs from La Ceiba
Got up about 7.30. Woke pretty early. Booked a transfer to the bus station & had breakfast at the hostel - refried beans, ham, scrambled eggs, cheese & some sort of bread things. Saw chap from Edinburgh - blonde dreadlocks - load up his bike & commented. He started in Mexico & was cycling through SA to the end. Yea gods!
ery hot & humid here - I decided to head to Utila ASAP hoping it'll be a bit ...
... that we had another change of buses in Choluteca, this time a little easier and again the timing was good. We jumped on a minivan headed to Guasaule, the border town. It took 45 mins to get there, and en route we spotted locals selling dead iguanas on the roadside. It wasn't nice to see but they do eat them in this part of the world. The border crossing was smooth, and we entered our sixth country of the trip - Nicaragua. We enjoyed our time in Honduras and were glad that we ...
... the voucher, both the cab driver and the hostel owner said it couldn’t be used, or had to redeemed through some other process or something.. it was 5am and for some reason all Spanish I’d learned over the past few months had vanished. We paid for the taxi and it dropped us off by the side of the road, at some abandoned building full of mosquitoes. We had plenty of time and he told us to wait here for the bus that would blast through around 6am. Just after 6 we saw the ...
... what was going to be our 'hometown' for the next couple of years, we were taken to center of the city and the Gran Hotel Paris. We ordered our standard "arrive in a new country and too tired to try something new lunch" of a club sandwich and French fries then went for a swim in a nice pool surrounded by palm trees. While Leslie took a nap, I went out to explore the town. it was fun seeing the shops and meeting people. Most of them thought I was a ...
That evening was followed with an epic party in our honour shared between Maria, Zac, Joe and myself. We had a shop dinner were we all (the entire dive shop and students) went to main street for dinner, then headed back to tranquila bar (our local) for the fiesta. It was here were we all got dressed up into our themes for the evening. All the Divemasters (DM) dressed up as their instructors, as my ...
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting